NEW ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT HSC!! Christina Laurel works in paper, especially Japanese papers, to create 2D work and installations. Laurel has taught regionally at the Greenville County Museum of Art, Spartanburg Art Museum, and Pickens County Museum, and at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY. Upcoming exhibits and installations: September/October, Aiken Center for the Arts. Aiken, SC; 2019, Appalachian State University's Turchin Art Center, Boone, NC. Contact Christina Laurel at 864-360-8652 or email@example.com. Website: www.claurelartist.com
Register for one month at a time. Each meeting will introduce – stART - a new art project. Class size limited to 4; adults only. Bring your own materials and tools; some provided; materials list emailed upon registration. Pencils, pens, makers; no watercolor/acrylic/oil paints. $60 per month; call or text the artist at 864-360-8652 (credit card, check, cash) to register and prepay, or with questions.
stART session sample topics: Each stART session meets 1-1/2 hours on Wednesdays (10-11:30am) in September, October, and a combined November/December, in Studio #303.
Session #1 - Wednesdays, September 5, 12, 19, 26 Session #2 – Wednesdays, October 3, 10, 17, 24 Session #3 – Wednesdays, November 7, 14 and December 5, 12 stART session sample topics:
Autobiographical collage – with a focus on composition
Pet silhouette – with a focus on contour
Portraiture and the Grid – transfer a photo into a drawing
Color theory – create a color quilt square
A to Z sketchbook – markmaking in drawing
Botanical collage – in the style of Mary Granville Pendarves Delany
Abstraction – transform a still life from realism to abstraction
Ekphrasis – writing inspiration from art; art inspiration from poetry
Unlocking Creativity – exercises from The Artist’s Way and more
Scratchboard – think in reverse, white on black
Origami – an intro to Japanese papers and the art of folding
Pattern – use pattern to create a Chuck Close-style portrait
Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail
The Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail brings local traditions to the forefront for travelers and residents alike. Displaying quilt patterns on hand-painted panels, over 200 of this region’s homes, barns, churches, community buildings, and historic sites participate in showcasing the colorful stories and generations of craftsmanship that contribute to this region’s rich history. With endless opportunities for learning and engaging with the treasures of the upstate, the UHQT provides enjoyment for people of all ages and backgrounds. Visit our website, www.uhqt.org for more information on locations, routes, and the stories behind the quilts and locations.
Anyone interested in being a volunteer painter at HSC for an upcoming project can contact Cynthia Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org.